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Executive Summaries

Executive Summaries In This Issue: Sustainability and Shareholder Value Meaning and Momentum in the Integrated Reporting Movement Robert G. Eccles, Harvard Business School, Michael P. Krzus, Mike Krzus Consulting, and Sydney Ribot, Independent Researcher Sustainability versus The System: An Operator’s Perspective Ken Pucker, Berkshire Partners and Boston University’s Questrom School of Business Transparent Corporate Objectives— A Win-Win for Investors and the Companies They Invest In Michael J. Mauboussin, Credit Suisse, and Alfred Rappaport, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University Integrated Reporting and Investor Clientele An Alignment Proposal: Boosting the Momentum of Sustainability Reporting Growing Demand for ESG Information and Standards: Understanding Corporate Opportunities as Well as Risks ESG Integration in Corporate Fixed Income George Serafeim, Harvard Business School Andrew Park and Curtis Ravenel, Bloomberg LP Levi S. Stewart, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Robert Fernandez and Nicholas Elfner, Breckinridge Capital Advisors The “Science” and “Art” of High Quality Investing Dan Hanson and Rohan Dhanuka, Jarislowsky Fraser Global Investment Management Intangibles and Sustainability: Holistic Approaches to Measuring and Managing Value Creation Tracking “Real-time” Corporate Sustainability Signals Using Cognitive Computing Mary Adams, Smarter-Companies Greg Bala and Hendrik Bartel, TruValue Labs, and James P. Hawley and Yung-Jae Lee, Saint Mary’s College of California http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Applied Corporate Finance Wiley

Executive Summaries

Journal of Applied Corporate Finance , Volume 27 (2) – Jun 1, 2015

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Publisher
Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 2015 Cantillon and Mann
ISSN
1078-1196
eISSN
1745-6622
DOI
10.1111/jacf.12112
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Abstract

In This Issue: Sustainability and Shareholder Value Meaning and Momentum in the Integrated Reporting Movement Robert G. Eccles, Harvard Business School, Michael P. Krzus, Mike Krzus Consulting, and Sydney Ribot, Independent Researcher Sustainability versus The System: An Operator’s Perspective Ken Pucker, Berkshire Partners and Boston University’s Questrom School of Business Transparent Corporate Objectives— A Win-Win for Investors and the Companies They Invest In Michael J. Mauboussin, Credit Suisse, and Alfred Rappaport, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University Integrated Reporting and Investor Clientele An Alignment Proposal: Boosting the Momentum of Sustainability Reporting Growing Demand for ESG Information and Standards: Understanding Corporate Opportunities as Well as Risks ESG Integration in Corporate Fixed Income George Serafeim, Harvard Business School Andrew Park and Curtis Ravenel, Bloomberg LP Levi S. Stewart, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Robert Fernandez and Nicholas Elfner, Breckinridge Capital Advisors The “Science” and “Art” of High Quality Investing Dan Hanson and Rohan Dhanuka, Jarislowsky Fraser Global Investment Management Intangibles and Sustainability: Holistic Approaches to Measuring and Managing Value Creation Tracking “Real-time” Corporate Sustainability Signals Using Cognitive Computing Mary Adams, Smarter-Companies Greg Bala and Hendrik Bartel, TruValue Labs, and James P. Hawley and Yung-Jae Lee, Saint Mary’s College of California

Journal

Journal of Applied Corporate FinanceWiley

Published: Jun 1, 2015

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